Wike’s boast last kick of a dying horse –APC chieftain, Eze

A chieftain of All Progressives Congress, APC, in Rivers State, has described Chief Nyesom Wike’s boast as the last kick of a Dying Horse, saying that the god has taken over.

Recall that Wike recently said Rivers people would soon know who was in charge of the state.

On those Wike lured away from Rotimi Amaechi with hope of using them for his new political structure, Eze said it was unfortunate for Wike to think that such characters, who have no integrity would not abandon him very soon when they notice that he could no longer feed and pay their house rents.

The former National Publicity Secretary of the defunct New People’s Democratic Party, nPDP, restated that the political bickering in Rivers State was a divine orchestration to sieve the chaff from the grains and put members of each group in their appropriate places in the interest of the people of the state and the administration of Governor Sim Fubara.

Eze in a statement on Sunday, said: “We’ll know who is in charge of Rivers State when the time comes.”

He noted that it was appropriate to intimate Wike of the reality on ground, since he has continued to feign ignorance ⁠that God was in-charge of the battle and Governor Fubara was steering the affairs of the state.

Recall also that Wike, had when he visited the National Vice Chairman of APC, Chief Victor Giadom, raised speculation of another round of political realignment and establishing uncertainty in minds of people about the end of the crisis which saw Mr. President’s intervention.

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Addressing the gathering earlier, Giadom had described Wike’s visit as the homecoming of a brother, a friend and a leader and threw up an assurance that they would support a team he would lead in Rivers.

Eze hinted that Wike has already lost relevance in the politics of Rivers State and his latest hustle was in attempt to recruit people to help revive his drowned political relevance in further pursuit of his private vendetta.

He said the former governor needed be reminded that Rivers State people have come to terms with what he represents and were no longer ready to succumb to his political-machinations.

“Rivers State provided for Wike a platform to make himself relevant but he lost it through waste of the common patrimony of Rivers people.”

Eze corrected Wike’s recent utterance that he regrets imposing Dr. Fubara on Rivers State and informed him that the people were cool with their governor and no evil machination would thwart the will of majority backed by God.

He restated that by getting some Rivers lawmakers to decamp from the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Wike succeeded to shoot himself on the feet by indirectly destroying whatever was left of his political structure in Rivers State.

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